November 30, 2002 RSS feed / Community

Chanukah Songs That Never Quite Caught On

- Oy to the World More...

$10,000 Reward Offered For Information

The family of Joy Oliver is offering a $10,000 reward for information in her death. More...

Begy Wanted For Assault

The detectives of the 100 Squad want Phillip Begy for Assault in the Second Degree for stabbing another person with an unknown sharp object on August 28 on the boardwalk at Beach 115 Street. More...

LIPA Announces Two New Power Projects

The Long Island Power Authority (LIPA) announced its intention to seek development of two new power generation projects that will be built in time to meet next summer More...

Increase In Working Poor And Demand For Food

According to a survey released by Hunger Action, 71 per cent of New York State More...

Information On Easing Holiday Travel For Disabled

The Eastern Paralyzed Veterans Association is offering free single copies of two pamphlets, which can make busy holiday travel around the country and in New York City hassle-free for individuals with disabilities. More...

The ‘House’ That Stole Christmas

Commentary By Senator Hillary Rodham Clinton

This year it wasn't the Grinch who stole Christmas; it was the House Republican leadership. More...

Weiner: ‘End Saudi Double Standard’

Foreign nationals who enter the U.S. from Saudi Arabia are not being subjected to the same tough INS tracking measures now being applied to those from 18 terror-sponsoring states. More...

The Top 10 Reasons Why Chanukah Is Better Than Christmas


10. There's no "Donny & Marie Chanukah Special." More...

The Eight Days of Hanukkah

On the first night of Hanukkah my true love gave to me More...

Top Ten Chanukah Holiday Rentals

The figures are finally in. The top 10 movie rental over the Chanukah holiday vacation were: More...

Sorrentino Center Serves Up Thanksgiving Cheer

The Sorrentino Center held its annual Thanksgiving Day Feast on November 22. As in previous years, the Creedmoor Adult Home and its staff members organized the event. More...

Council Publishes Resource Guide For Small Biz

Doing business in New York City was made easier with the release of an invaluable new publication distributed by the City Council. More...

Pictures And Punchlines

While visiting an Arverne resident affected by the City's encroachment plan, Community Board 14 District Manager Jonathan Gaska was viciously attacked and beaten senseless. More...

Operation Safe Schools Announced

Schools Chancellor Joel Klein, Police Commissioner Raymond Kelly, and Criminal Justice Coordinator John Feinblatt announced an immediate series of initiatives designed to promote order in the public schools. More...

The Little North Pole Lights Up On December 7

There will be special appearances by Santa Claus and many of your favorite characters at The Little North Pole on Saturday, December 7 at 6 p.m. sharp. More...


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